Buxton, Derbyshire is a lovely town in the United Kingdom. As it is situated in the Derbyshire hills, Buxton is the highest town in England. There are thermal springs beneath Buxton, and it first became well known as a spa town. The famous water of Buxton can be sampled at the spring, St. Ann’s Well near The Pump Room. Visitors to Buxton will want to be sure to see Poole’s Cavern. Made from limestone, this natural cave once housed primitive man. There is a country park called Grin Low at this location, and footpaths lead to Solomon’s Temple. Here, the views of Buxton are breathtaking. Discount hotels in Derbyshire are conveniently located, and offer accommodations that will please the most discerning guest.
Buxton visitors will want to see the Edwardian Opera House and the Pavillion Gardens as well as the Buxton Museum, Buxton Crescent, the Old Hall Hotel, and Derby University, which was once Devonshire Hospital. St. John the Baptist Church with its attractive design, and St. Anne’s Church, the oldest building in the town, are also attractions well worth seeing. Cheap hotels in Derbyshire are warmly welcoming, and give you great value for your money.